10 July 2008

Journalism VS Blogging..... Ohmmmmmmm........

Apparently  dear readers, there are still some people out there who don't know the difference between journalism and blogging.  Either that or they're simply unwilling  (or too fucking dumb) to embrace the worlds new direction, with regards to new innovative information options for the masses.

If you like the newspaper, well then read it for goodness sakes.
If you like to watch television, well by all means go right ahead.
If you want to be modern and 'with it', well then you must accept the basic principles of free speech and what may come along with it.
And that is what the Internet is.
If your honor is as stake, then defend it.
The good, the bad and yes.... the VERY ugly.

Manila has been so very spoiled over the years with regard to the media and 'certain family's' domination over it. Its secretive 'HIGH' society and its exclusive VVVVVVVVIP membership is slowing being eroded away because of blogging.

I for one am NOT afraid of any one person in the world. Oops, except my mom. She is one tough chick when she chooses to be. FIERCE like her boy.
I think my readers know by know, that I'm a fierce fighter when I've an objective to achieve.

I won't tolerate these blog Nazi's for one more day.
You may be able to terrorize others, but you will never succeed in stopping the flow of information from my blog.

And my revenge list is growing daily.

My new Social Sheriff  blog will be everything to everyone, except of course for the people who will appear on it.

The people who need a gossip blog most are the people on the shoe bottoms of the Manila rich. Fuck the rich. Fuck the Lopez's. Fuck all the bottom feeders in this tier of society. The poor will ALWAYS  remain poor as long as these people run things.

Millet..... I'm not done with you yet!
You, old lady, are in BIG trouble.

Imagine dear readers, what the state of the world would be in now, if there weren't any people willing to buck the system and blog. Celine would still be popular for goodness sakes. Could you imagine that? 
But now Celine is reviled for what she truly is. A bottom feeder.
Who's bottom? EVERY ONES bottom.
DJ would still be living in the Philippines.
But he has fled to America.
"We're going to take it all the way" Montano.
Liars, the whole bunch of them.
Smoke and mirrors.

Collateral damage you say dear readers.
Just karma kids.
You always get yours at the end of the day.

It may not happen over night.... but it will happen.

Some may not think blogging is important, but millions and millions of other people do. Real people.
And my new blog will be just for them.
I'm warning Manila to prepare.
I will not be anonymous.
You will ALL know where the information is coming from.
Brian Shane Gorrell (real name for all you fake poser bloggers)

The only thing worse then a blogger who tells the truth is a blogger who hides behind fake names and photos. Fake bloggers who just crave attention. 

Cowards have no place in Blog World.

And if TEAM BRIAN finds you, they will completely destroy you for polluting the waters with your feeble attempts at destabilizing a platform of communications DESPERATELY needed in the Philippines.


Journalism 101

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Journalism is a style of writing or communicating, formally employed by publications and broadcasters, for the benefit of a particular community of people. The writer or journalist is expected to take the help of facts in describing events, ideas, or issues that are relevant to the public. Journalists (also known as news analysts, reporters, and correspondents) gather information, and broadcast it so we remain informed about local, state, national, and international events. They can also present their points of view on current issues and report on the actions of the government, public officials, corporate executives, interest groups, media houses, and those who hold social power or authority. Journalism is described as The Fourth Estate.
In journalism, a story refers to a single article, news item or feature. A story is usually relevant to a single event, issue, theme, or profile of a person. Stories are usually inspired through news pegs (the central premise of the story). Correspondents report on news occurring in the main, locally, from their own country, or from foreign cities where they are stationed.[3]
Today, most reporters file information or write their stories electronically from remote locations. In many cases, breaking stories are written by random staff members, through information collected and submitted by other reporters who are out on the field gathering information for an event that has just occurred and needs to be broadcast instantly. Radio and television reporters often compose stories and report "live" from the scene. Some journalists also interpret the news or offer opinions and analysis to readers, viewers, or listeners. In this role, they are called commentators or columnists.

Blogging 101
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A blog (an abridgment of the term web log) is a website, usually maintained by an individual, with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse chronological order. "Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.
Many blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject; others function as more personal online diaries. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media related to its topic. The ability for readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of many blogs. Most blogs are primarily textual, although some focus on art (
artlog), photographs (photoblog), sketchblog, videos (vlog), music (MP3 blog), audio (podcasting) are part of a wider network of social media. Micro-blogging is another type of blogging which consists of blogs with very short posts. As of December 2007, blog search engine Technorati was tracking more than 112 million blogs.With the advent of video blogging, the word blog has taken on an even looser meaning of any bit of media wherein the subject expresses his opinion or simply talks about something.

I know you will find this hard to believe readers, but for the next week on the blog, I will only be posting HAPPY things.
We all need a break from this bitterness and drama.
I just know you will be happy with the blogs upcoming content.
So sit back and have a rest from all the negativity.
I apologize for being so dam mean lately, bit I'm pissed about a few things.
One entire week of light, love and happiness.

I can hear the collective sigh or relieve coming from Makati.

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